Tuesday, 6 November 2018

PJM passes grid resilience test, says it “could handle” disruptions

Fuel security has been politicized in the U.S. and PJM Interconnection has just passed a stress test, imposed by the U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry on all transmission system operators. Selecting 14-day period of winter weather, PJM analyzed the system under more than 300 different scenarios that might occur from 2023 onwards. “We could handle it, but need to focus on fuel supply and demand response,” said PJM President, Andrew L. Ott.

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